Cargo bikes, local discount schemes, a business continuity fund - these are among the ideas most supported by businesses who would be most affected should the Council vote to take trams to Newhaven.
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The City of Edinburgh Council has been recognised for excellence in procurement and commissioning with two wins at the National Government Opportunities (GO) Excellence in Public Procurement Awards.
Small to medium sized businesses in Edinburgh, Lothians, Fife and Scottish Borders are being reminded that there is still time to apply for vouchers, which could connect them to superfast broadband.
Businesses from across Edinburgh and the South East of Scotland have today been urged to back a £1bn bid to accelerate growth across the region.
Small to medium sized businesses in Edinburgh are to be given another year to apply for vouchers, which could connect them to superfast broadband. The scheme has helped 370 businesses in Edinburgh with superfast connections so far.
Edinburgh is being promoted as a Living Wage city at a joint business breakfast being hosted by the City of Edinburgh Council and Heart of Midlothian Football Club.
Businesses in and around Edinburgh are being given the opportunity to discover superfast broadband first-hand at a programme of engaging demonstrations organised by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Edinburgh Haymarket Developments Ltd, the developer delivering The Haymarket project, is the first major employer in Edinburgh to sign an employment Accord with the City of Edinburgh Council.